Sept. 22, 2004
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FIRST DAY OF FALL
fined $550,000 for Janet Jackson's Super Bowl exposure
Ten-Foot Poll on Election---DAY
will you vote for? Who do you think will win?
for Bush. He will win.
for Bush. Kerry will win.
for Kerry. He will win.
for Kerry. Bush will win.
for Other. Bush will win.
for Other. Kerry will win.
Vets at it again with deceptive ad
ad says Kerry 'secretly' met with enemy but he told Congress
of it Some of the independent organization's
[previous] assertions were refuted, and several links between
it and President Bush's campaign subsequently came to light. But
the media storm created by the ad put Kerry and his campaign on
Ohio polls put Dems in a tizzy New polls yesterday
hinted at disaster for John Kerry, fueling panic among Democrats.
But Kerry proclaimed he's unbothered.
START YOUR ENGINES!
Women's sex-drive patch on fast track
woman said that once she started using the patch, sex
with her husband of 29 years went from once a month to
twice a week. "He sure is smiling a lot," she
It's probably a sign of early senility that I almost always agree
with you. I do, however, differ with you concerning the symphony.
I don't believe that a great city is complete without a functioning
symphony, and I say that as someone who listens to 60's pop/rock
and country for the most part.
It'd be nice if the symphony could pay its own way, but that is
difficult even in the most sophisticated of cities. My observations
of SA since I've been back is that the public would be more likely
to support a mud wrestling team than anything cultural. Face it,
a place that took forty years to put fluoride in the water and
considers building its own reservoir a communist plot has more
than it's share of knuckle draggers.
Still I wouldn't live near any other big city. It surprises me
sometimes that there are enough triple digit IQ's in this town
to keep you on the air.
deal yet over zoning of Miller land
Is it a bird? Is it a weirdo? No, it's Ivanman, handing out cash
Heard the talk about the yard signs today and it makes me wonder
this: regardless of all the pros and cons about the judicial intent,
what is to stop the offender from committing the same act or acts
again? The sex offender may be able to go to another location
and do his thing, and, even though there is a record of someone
stealing or embezzling money, it's possible the lady could be
employed or associated with some business or organization in the
future that would not be aware of her crime.
In other words, the signs may cause undue embarrassment for family
or others living at the location, but I doubt they will prevent
a reoccurrence should the individual(s) get the urge or feel they
can get away with it. The thought of being returned to jail or
prison seems to be more of a deterrent than a sign in the yard
that won't prevent another incident, but only serves to publicize
what was, not what could happen. Maybe this doesn't make sense
to a lot of people, but that's my take on it.
poll over-represents Republicans
Brad, Praise tell me how in the hell you think your poll would
be correct? You are a conservative talk show host and just who
do you think listens to you most of the time. It surely isn't
the Dem's! Do you know that 43% of all polls are worthless? Doesn't
mean a hill of beans! and "As you grow older, you will find
the only things you regret, are things you did not do! And after
election day we are ALL going to find that we should have voted
George W. Bush out of office!
My wife voted on our computer and I wanted to vote also but will
not accept my vote since we only have one computer. Please add
my vote to the results if possible. I'm voting for Kerry and think
he will win.
Enjoy your show. A moderate voice in a state that tilts too far
to the right. A hostage Democrat in republican Williamson County,
poll over-represents Republicans
The poll you are running is so unfair it deserves to be completely
ignored. When, approximately, 90% of your listeners are die hard
Republican conservatives, all voting for Bush, asking who will
get more votes is ridiculous. Sure it will show a far higher percentage
OF KTSA LISTENERS WILL VOTE FOR BUSH. What is so surprising? Be
careful Brad you do not become PREDICTABLE like a Rush Limbaugh,
because you might lose the few Democrats who listen to and love
your show. YOU are the "Fresh Air" of talk radio. We
sure would hate to lose you.
Great job on your Web Site.
E. D., Jr .
Got anymore news items on see-thru dresses? I think I found a
topic I'm interested in!
Alex J F in Austin
I think the sign should accompany the embezzler, Cindy Henly,
to prison, and the sign should stay in her cell with her for a
prison term of one year. Maybe she could sleep on it. I think
the 90-day sentence for a theft of $22,000 is pretty short. What
punishment would a person get if they stole that amount from HEB
or Jack-in-the-Box, or from a medical practice or church? That
will ease off the embarrassment her family will suffer from having
a sign in the yard and will avoid placing the rest of the family
in danger from drive-by's, cross-burnings, or other physical harassment.
to consider when deciding who to vote for
Lackland Project Homecoming
You have a lot of resources. I was wondering if you could find
out any info on this years Project Homecoming. Thanksgiving is
almost here and I haven't heard anything about it. I have participated
for the past few years, and there is no better way to show your
support for our troops. I navigated through the Lackland AFB website
with no luck finding info for this years event. If you find anything
I would ask that you share the information on air to your audience.